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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Hallmark is expanding its Recordable Storybook collection by adding two classic titles to the line.
Readers now can add their own voices to "Goodnight Moon" and "Curious You on Your Way," which join the roster of such other classic stories as "Guess How Much I Love You," "Counting Kisses" and "On the Night You Were Born."
Hallmark Recordable Storybooks feature voice-capture technology so that when a page is turned, the book automatically plays the text on that page in the reader's voice, allowing people to "read" to a child or other loved one. The line debuted in late 2009 with "The Night Before Christmas."